Singer and Politician Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu has shared a deep message that he crafted for his wife Barbie Kyagulanyi on her birthday shortly after the couple celebrated a decade together.
Bobi Wine brought out all the Ghetto love for her wife as he kept calling her several romantic names and titles like; Number One Fan, Cheerleader, Pillar, Bestest Friend and Comrade Honey among others.
Below is Bobi’s Message
It’s like only yesterday when I first set my eyes on you Barbie Kyagulanyi. From that time, my life has never been the same again.
For all the smiles and frowns we have shared, for all the good and bad times we have been through, I praise God that we are still the same love birds that made that solemn promise to each other.
Oh how I love you Itungo! This world would never be the same if you were not born, atleast not for me.
The world will never know how much of an inspiration you are to me. You transformed me and gave me a new meaning of life.
You have been the wind beneath my wings every time I fly. My number one fan, my cheer leader and my pillar of strength.
MY BESTEST FRIEND. I am so glad you were born for me. I love you so much #ComradeHoney. Happy birthday to you my love.
The mother of four who makes 35 years this year(2021) is a women’s rights activist. She hails from Ntugamo District in Uganda. Barbara Itungo is a well-educated lady having bagged several certifications and qualifications in her journey. She attended Bweranyangi Girls’ High School where she was a stellar performer both in academics and in extra-curricular activities. She talks of her high school experience as one where she got to learn more about the Christian faith and explore her creativity in the arts.
On graduating from high school, Barbie secured a place at Makerere University where she sought to pursue a program that would push her efforts in addressing societal needs like the ones she faced in her childhood and those of her people. She enrolled for Social Works and Social Administration which would be critical in charting her activism work. It was in college that her relationship with husband, Bobi Wine, grew and was fully established.